(CNN) - Promotion of Hillary Clinton's book "Hard Choices" will begin in earnest on Monday, June 9 when ABC's Diane Sawyer interviews her in a one-hour prime time special.
The prime time hour was announced on Tuesday by ABC, ending months of jockeying to land Clinton's first TV interview tied to the book.
ABC said that a portion of the taped interview would be shown before the prime time special on Sawyer's nightly newscast, "World News."
The network will also have Clinton's first live interview about the book – it will take place the morning after the prime time hour on "Good Morning America." Robin Roberts will conduct that interview.
Roberts last interviewed Clinton on May 7 at a Philanthropy New York event in New York City.
Although Roberts asked about House Republican's select committee on Benghazi and the Nigerian government's handling of almost 300 kidnapped schoolgirls, eyebrows were raised when the anchor did not ask about Monica Lewinsky, the White House intern who had an affair with former President Bill Clinton. Vanity Fair teased an essay by Lewinsky the day before the event.
Prime time specials and live morning show follow-ups are two interview formats that television networks like to pitch to A-list guests. Clinton is as A-list as they come, given the omnipresent speculation about whether she will run for president in 2016.
Her book "Hard Choices" is due to be published on June 10.
The Washington Post reported last month that ABC and CBS had "the most advantageous positions" in the competition for her first TV interview tied to the book.
Another "first" for the book have already happened: Vogue's Web site published an excerpt from it on Mother's Day.
CNN's Dan Merica contributed to this report.